Vallarta-Nayarit Classic Rock Festival sends condolences to Lou Gramm

As Tricia Lyman first reported with Vallarta Daily, Lou Gramm was unable to attend the Vallarta-Nayarit Classic Rock Festival due to the death of his father the day before the festivals opening party. Rock vocalist and Hall of Fame songwriter Lou Gramm (The Voice of Foreigner) will have to regretfully bow out of performing at...
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Mexico Leads in Organic Coffee Production

Mexico is one of the world’s largest coffee-producing countries in the world, and the largest in production of certified organic coffee, accounting for over 60% of the world’s total production. Coffee is one of Mexico’s largest exports supporting nearly a half-million small farmers around the country, with the majority of farmers being in Mexico’s two...
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ACTII Entertainment December Lineup Includes Kim Kuzma

Kim Kuzma’s extensive vocal range and sassy stage presence have earned her a reputation as a dynamic performer. Her casual often candid conversations with her audience have earned her a loyal and rapidly growing following of fans. Heard worldwide, Kim’s award winning debut CD Contradictions received rave reviews from critics and fans alike and held...
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Helen Hong and The Amazing Cashetta in Puerto Vallarta

The Red Room Cabaret welcomes LOGO’s Helen Hong and The Amazing Cashetta this December. The Red Room is located on the second floor of ActII Entertainment, Insurgentes 330, Puerto Vallarta. HELEN HONG Helen Hong is a comedian, TV personality, dating coach, and star of TV Guide Network’s “Count it Down” series and Logo Channel’s reality...
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Singer Lila Downs in Puerto Vallarta

International singing sensation Lila Downs, who has been described as having “multiple voices” by the New York Times, is scheduled to perform in Puerto Vallarta on December 27 as part of the International Fireworks Festival. Lila grew up both in Minnesota and Oaxaca, and her music and vocal artistry has many influences, including the folk...
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Is Mexico’s Reputation for Fresh Produce at Risk with GMOs?

This week COFEPRIS, Mexico’s regulatory commission for food safety, has approved the sale and consumption of 132 genetically modified products, known as GMOs. Half of the new products are corn, while also including soy, cotton, and other crops. The COFEPRIS decision heads to the Mexican government for approval before is becomes law. Currently GMO products...
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Host an Authentic Mexican Christmas Eve Dinner

Mexico is predominantly a Catholic country and Christmas revolves around the birth of Jesus, El Niño Jesús, much more than the tradition of Santa Clause and Christmas trees. While larger cities and areas popular with foreigners take on many characteristics of Christmas in the United States and Canada, the majority of Mexico celebrates in a...
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Diego Luna to Star in New Television Series

One of the most notorious atrocities of El Salvador’s 12-year civil war, the 1989 killing of six Jesuit priests, is to be the subject of a new television series starring Mexican actor Diego Luna, producers said on Thursday. Focusing on the priests’ murders, as well as the 1980 slaying of San Salvador’s Archbishop Oscar Romero,...
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Vicente Lenero dies at 81

Renowned Mexican author, playwright and journalist Vicente Lenero has died. He was 81. Rafael Tovar y de Teresa is president of Mexico’s National Council for Culture and the Arts. He tells Milenio TV that Lenero died Wednesday. Born June 9, 1933, in the western city of Guadalajara, Lenero was known for works such as “Los...
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‘Chespirito’ of El Chavo del Ocho dead at 85

Mexican actor and screenwriter Roberto Gomez Bolanos, one of Latin America’s most beloved comedians, whose slapstick acts charmed fans from Spain to Argentina for over four decades, died on Friday at the age 85. Broadcaster Televisa, for whom Gomez Bolanos worked for much of his career, said he died at home in the seaside resort...
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‘Greater Tuna’ Adds More Shows at The Palm in Puerto Vallarta

Local actors, Tracy Parks and Chaz Weathers, recreate the production “Greater Tuna” that ran for more than 30 years around the world. The popularity of the “Greater Tuna” show at The Palm Cabaret and Bar in Puerto Vallarta has resulted in extending the performances through January 20, 2015. Tickets are available at The Palm Cabaret...
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Thanksgiving Day in Mavi’s Kitchen

Yes I am Mexican and Thanksgiving is a celebration popular in Canada and the USA, not in Mexico, so what am I doing writing about Thanksgiving?  Well, to begin with, the concept of having at least one day to formally give Thanks, to share and enjoy family, friends and yes, Food, makes so much sense...
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